Win A Date With Tad Hamilton - Music From The Motion Picture
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Win A Date With Tad Hamilton - Music From The Motion Picture by Win A Date With Tad Hamilton (Motion Picture Soundtrack)
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This CD starts off with BT's `Superfabulous', an electronic fast paced song, and continues with a mixture of slow (like Somebody, Something About You, Waiting, Back To You) and fast paced songs (like More Bounce in California, Days Go By, I Wont Go To Hollywood)which you really want to listen to over and over again. Some of my favorite tracks are: Liz Phair's `Why Can't I', Five For Fighting's `Something About You', Alice Peacock's `Leading With My Heart', Bonnie McKee's `Somebody' and Frankie Jordan's `Once Again'.
Given below is the complete list of songs played throughout the movie, some of which are not included in the soundtrack, to help those who are trying to identify a particular song.
1. BT - Superfabulous: Song played during the opening credits.
2. Lina - Once Again: Song played in the background of the movie that Rosalee, Pete and Cathy are watching in the theatre.
3. Black Rebel Motorcycle Club (BRMC) - Whatever happened to my Rock N' Roll: This is the song which Tad and some random girl are listening to when he is drinking and driving.
4. Grandadbob - MMMnn: Song played in the background when Tad and his managers are coming up with the idea near the swimming pool.
5. Wilshire - Special: Song played when they show the view of Fraziers Bottom, West Virginia.
6. Barry White - Can't get enough of your love, Babe: Song played when Tad and Pete are cooking their dinners.
7. Wheat - Some Days: Song played when Pete and Rosalee are in the bar playing darts.
8. Taylor Dayne - Get Up: Song played when all the reporters are in front of Rosalee's home, and she realizes that she won.
9. Soul Kid #1 - More Bounce in California: Song played when Rosalee lands and is in the airport.
10. Kyle Riabko - Waiting: Song played when Pete wants to talk to Rosalee alone before Tad walks in.
11. Alice Peacock - Leading with My Heart: Song played in the background while Tad is having lunch with Rosalee at the Fraziers Bottom Diner.
12. Liz Phair - Why Can't I: Song played when Rosalee enters the Piggly Wiggly supermarket after meeting Tad.
13. John Mayer - Back to You: Song played when Tad is driving to Rosalee's place.
14. Jason Wade - Days Go By: Song played when Rosalee and Tad are making out in his car.
15. Jessy Moss - Telling You Now: Song played when Pete sees Rosalee and Tad kissing in the bar.
16. Colin Blades - All I Ever Ask: Song played when Tad and Rosalee are kissing before his managers arrive.
17. Anti-Matter - Going Back to Cali: Song played when Rosalee says yes to move with Tad.
18. The Thorns - Blue: Song played when Pete confides in Angelica in the bar.
19. Jem - California Sun: Song played when Rosalee is packing her bags and Pete enters her room.
20. Bonnie McKee - Somebody: Song played when Rosalee is in the plane looking out.
21. Kristian Leontiou - Shining: Song played after Rosalee talks to Angelica to find out where Pete is.
22. Jason Wade - Song for Pete: Song played when Pete is changing the fm station in his car.
23. Frankie Jordan - Once Again: Song played during the last scene of the movie
24. Five For Fighting - Something About You: Song played during the end credits.
25. Bleu - I Wont Go To Hollywood: Song played during the end credits.
In conclusion, this soundtrack has a variety of songs which are fun listening to.
All the songs fit the movie...ranging from pop to hip hop. Standout tracks are: "Why Can't I?" - Liz Phair. This is the edited version, there was only one swear in the original, and you can't really tell it's been cut out. This is my favorite song on the CD. I also like "Back to You" - John Mayer, "Something About You" - Five for Fighting, "Somebody" - Bonnie McKee (I had never heard this song before, but it easily became one of my favorite songs on the CD with only listening to it once.) The other song that I like on this CD is "Some Days" - Wheat. All the songs on the CD are good, but I tend to like the pop/punk songs better. Highly recommended to fans of the movie.
It sounds like the voice of Jason Wade who has another song in the movie that is on the CD, based on the movie credits I am guessing its called "Song For Pete". The lyric you can hear is:
there's a million little things I'm going to miss. there's so much more that I wanted to say
If anyone can let me know how to find a recording of this song - please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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